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Columbus Fish Market Restaurant Review: Much like a fish market of yore, this Cameron Mitchell property has a counter where you can purchase fresh fish and seasonings to go. In the restaurant, you'll find rich woods and nautical paintings. The menu is printed once the chef sees what fish is flown in daily. Start with the crab, spinach and artichoke dip, or perhaps the bacon-wrapped barbecue shrimp. Among entrées, we suggest the cedar plank salmon, but keep an eye out for the day's market catch, which can be prepared blackened with an etouffée sauce and paired with jambalaya rice. For dessert, there’s sharkfin pie composed of butter fudge ice cream, peanut butter, fudge and honey-roasted peanuts, all on an Oreo cookie crust; the Key lime pie with macadamia nut crust is solid, too. Martinis and coffee drinks also sing a siren song. Cameron’s coffee is crafted with Godiva chocolate liqueur and Baileys Irish Cream, and topped with whipped cream and crème de menthe. Stop in the bar on Monday nights when oysters are a $1.50 each.